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and been arrested. >>> in minneapolis, a section of interstate 94 surrendered to soaring temperatures. the payment on two northbound lanes buckled from high heat and humidity. crews shut down the lanes slowing traffic to a crawl. those delays will continue unthe lanes are repaired. >>> and in chicago, hot, hugh maid air mixed with cool waters of lake michigan proved to be a bad combination for beach goers. thick fog forced officials to ban swimming at several beaches. high winds pushed the fog inland limiting visibility for lifeguards. at one point the fog even moved into the downtown area before dissipating. >>> and now for a look at the national weather, we return to kind of an unpopular guy these days. don't blame the messenger. >> it's all about your perspective. if you think back to the winter, the coldest days and snow. >> and now you can't prooet wbr. >> who cares if the air quality isn't healthy? we'll get through it. good morning, everyone. the heat wave is the story out there. yesterday 101 in dallas. and that only marks 18 consecutive days above 100 degrees. so we've got so
. the alleged carjacker was hospitalized and then arrested. >>> in minneapolis a section of interstate 94 surrendered to soaring temperatures. the pavement on two northbound lanes buckled from the high heat and humidity. crews shut down the lanes, slowing traffic to a crawl. those delays will continue until the lanes are repaired. >>> in chicago hot, humid air mixing with the cool waters of lake michigan proved to be a bad combination for beach goers. thick fog forced officials to ban swimming at several beaches. high winds pushed the fog inland limiting visibility for lifeguards, and at one point the fog even moved into the downtown area before dissipating. >>> now for a look at your national and regional weather, here's nbc meteorologist bill karins with your weather channel forecast. good morning. those are just two stories from around the country. we could probably put -- i think there are something like 31 states under a heat advisory today. it's just wild. >> it's spreading as we well advertised. it was 120 heat index in minneapolis yesterday at one point. the temperature down in da
to the north, minneapolis hit 90 degrees. look at our friends in denver, 99. that's hot stuff for colorado. today's going to be similar. we're going to see showers and storms. even at this hour, temperatures are very warm. we're 78 to start your morning at minneapolis and d.c. when you start without the sunshine, you're going to get up to 80s, 90s. it's typical summer weather. it's not going to be too dramatic or too washed out. the best chance, northern iowa, nebraska, that's where our cold front is going to spark showers and storms all day today and continue tonight. as far as the hot weather goes that continues in texas up to oklahoma. high pressure along the gulf is going to continue to keep you dry and also on the steamy side. as far as the wet weather, we're seeing the worst of it from watertown and brookings. here in minneapolis it's dying auchlt i would take an umbrella, though, if you're leaving the door. as far as the forecast for today, you notice the heat continues day after day. it's not record-breaking. it's typical to be in the hundreds in dallas. it's just that we haven't s
-shabaab is recruiting inside american mosques and disalle communities like minneapolis and san diego. according to the justice department. this month and also of recruiter pleaded guilty to a recording a large group of muslims from minneapolis at mosques and without any known protest moscow's leaders. a top also leader in somalia supervised this recruiting. one minnesota recruited was a suicide bomber whose 2008 attack on northern somalia send shock waves of alarm for the u.s. homeland security agencies because of its implications. another would-be bombers for minneapolis was shot and killed by peacekeeping troops on may 30th. moments before detonating. when one cleric spoke out against al-shabaab inside the minneapolis mosque for many of the missing young man they once worshiped he was physically assaulted according to a police. for those still skeptical that there were some of the lasers and side of the community it's worth mentioning the committee willing when an audiotape of the incident was posted on overseas internet forums before the authority to minneapolis even knew about the instance.
, but they've also created a new way of cooking up some treats. a minneapolis news producer transformed one car into an oven on wheels, making the interior hot enough to bake a batch of cookies and to provide some with a sugar fix in this sweltering heat. now for a look at your national weather, we turn to nbc meteorologist bill karins. he has your weather channel forecast. good morning to you. gone is frying an egg on the roof of a car. come on. >> you cook cookies. >> this is a new age of local news. >> i probably would have had the raw dough before it being cooed. >> it's a little raw still. >> still, yeah, kind of mushy. well, good morning, everyone. the heat, as advertised, has arrived on the eastern seaboard. you'll feel the humidity, too. caught a break with the sea breeze in new york city, broke our streak of consecutive high days with a high of 89. we didn't quite get there in chicago, 99 was the high. almost to 100. and today probably a couple degrees cooler. minneapoli minneapolis, you're 96 and much cooler today. we've got a dip in the jet stream to the north, that's why minneso
travel trouble we've had was in the northern plains. minneapolis, st. cloud, we have rain heading down to the south along the front. aberdeen and watertown, south dakota, we have pretty good thunderstorms with downpours also. forecasts for today, more showers and storms around minneapolis with that front. even denver could get storms today, and also the southeast. that's your typical afternoon. that's a look at your tuesday forecast. now here's the weather outside your window. some areas are going to be pretty hot today, but the humidity is pretty low from the ohio valley up through new england. even though it's 90 degrees in new york, it will be not as humid, so it won't be too bad. 89 in charlotte with a chance of storms. overall, the heat continues to be the story. nothing too bad out there. >> bill, thanks so much. >>> well, back to work on wall street. the next possible distraction for traders, and how is business going at the vatican? your early morning business headlines are straight ahead. >>> why in the wake of the break-up of her marriage maria shriver may be looking at a wor
created a new way to cook up some treats. look at that. a minneapolis news producer transformed one car into an oven on wheels making the interior hot enough to bake a batch of cookies and to provide a sugar fix in the sweltering heat. looks delicious. >>> now for a look at your sweltering national and regional forecast. here's nbc meteorologist bill karins. good morning to you, bill. >> i like my food a little raw, anyways. >> it got to about 140 degrees, enough to bring us some tasty treats. >> thankfully for minneapolis, cookies won't be baking today as bad as yesterday. you're one of the few spots in the country that will get a little bit of relief. everybody else, though, on the eastern half of the nation, down to the deep south and midwest and the ohio valley, tennessee valley, this is it. this is pretty much going to be the peak of the heat wave for many areas out there. we'll get subtle relief in a few areas in the weekend. this is where the heat dome is currently. we have warnings that go from tulsa to kansas city, chicago, st. louis, indianapolis, all of the state of ohio, and
bachmann. >> reporter: operating out of suburban minneapolis, dr. bachmann runs a christian counseling firm, co-owned with his wife michele, that at times, according to former patients, has tried to convert gay men into heterosexuals through christian prayerer >> you know, i could be straight and god would forgive me if i was straight. >> reporter: andrew ramirez of minneapolis was 17 when his family sent him to bachmann and associates where he says a counselor working for bachmann tried unsuccessfully to "save" him from his sin. >> i remember leaving that parking lot with my mom and i said, you know, mom, i'm gay, i do not think this is something that can be changed. >> reporter: in an interview with a christian radio outlet, dr. bachmann has described homosexuals as barbarians. >> it is as if we have to understand barbarians need to be educated. they need to be disciplined. and just because someone feels it or thinks it doesn't meann that we're supposed to go down that road. >> reporter: when a minneapolis paper claimed five years ago bachmann clinic was trying to convert gays to straight
yesterday. through texas and oklahoma. what was really bad was up in minnesota, minneapolis was 98, not only that, it was really humid. like off the charts humidity. so the air was just really thick. and at one point yesterday it felt like nearly 120 when you walked outside. areas of iowa, one location was up there, it almost felt like 130 yesterday. which was just off the charts hot. so that heat wave is still centered right now over the top of missouri. it will be drifting to the east coast through the next couple of days. the hottest day in the east coast will be on friday by far. then over the weekend it will still be hot, but not quite as bad. right now, even outside at this hour. it feels like 84 in washington, d.c., because the heat index, the humidity is still up. 92 in minneapolis, when you start off the morning with a heat index like that. you're probably going to end up at 110, to 120 this afternoon. all the warnings are out here where the humidities are the highest. the humidities on the east coast aren't that high right now, but will skyrocket thursday and friday. so far today,
to the canadian border. in montana we were in the mid 90s. minneapolis at 98. this was a good chunk of the country. three-quarters of the nation was in the 90s yesterday. the heat wave isn't going anywhere. if anything it's strengthening, and now it's going to start to drift towards the eastern seaboard a little bit. it's going to spread the hot air. what's making this one historical is it's also very humid. it's not just hot. we're also seeing extreme humidity levels. the humidity levels we don't typically get in the summertime or really ever in areas like iowa and minnesota and also up here through the midwest. right now even at this hour it feels like 92 in minneapolis. it feels like 92 in chicago. it's just so humid out there. even without the sun, it still feels oppressive. heat warnings in effect here for about 18 different states. today really hot air. 100 possible there around kansas city. that's a look at your national forecast. now here's a lock at the weather outside your window. not many cool spots on this map. look at this. charlotte today at 95. the humidity levels haven't been as hi
of the thunderstorm activity is well back out to the northwest. i want to take you back up here to minneapolis, big thunderstorms moving through tonight. minneapolis today for a high temperature was 99 degrees, lots of heat out in the nation's midsection. these thunderstorms, though, out ahead of a cold front that's really going to come through here on sunday and it's going to bring us some thunderstorms. i don't think it's going to be anything like that, but it will bring us at least a chance of some showers and thunderstorms sunday evening into sunday night and it's looking now like it will push to the south and we're doing pretty good now with the forecast for july the 4th, but again a lot of big heat out in the central plains. dallas was 98, wichita 103, omaha 97 and there's minneapolis, high today of 99 degrees, st. louis is 96 as is little rock and i think we'll feel closer to that tomorrow and tomorrow afternoon. still 79 in town, gaithersburg 66, manassas the same and a little cooler back out there for martinsburg and winchester, too. how about that 4th of july forecast? what we can expect
, it will move to the north. areas of minneapolis and chicago will continue to see the warm up, but your temperatures will get hotter too. as you prepare for the weekend, there is not a lot of wet weather, but the heat will be the big issue. here's the weather outside your door. we will continue to watch temperatures out there that will be on the hot side. kansas city 93 and pu ebb low at 99. 94 in orlando. the difference with florida is you will get a break and cool off. and the heat will continue through saturday and sunday. weekend forecast details coming up. >> also coming up, big ben takes the wind out of wall street sails. headlines are straight ahead. expectations are for a huge record-shattering weekend for the big screen harry potter. >> the nfl lock out is nearing an end and roger clemens trial is over. is there such a thing as a hangover sn if you are the yangees, the answer is yes. this is early today blap >> good morning and welcome back to early today. i'm lynn berry and here are the top headlines this morning. two delta airlines planes collided while taxiing at logan inter
thursday friday saturday. 100 in kansas city, 96 in minneapolis, but the real conversion makes it feel like 115 in minneapolis. the day news is, it will only be around for a few days. hot and humid tamara with thunderstorms possible, 92-96. 100 on thursday, won a two on friday -- 102 on friday. a little bit better sunday and monday of next week. >> the toyota sports desk, brought to you by your local toyota dealers -- moving you forward. >> will the nfl come together with a deal? >> after watching that, it is hard to talk football. it is not football season. representatives from all 32 teams are gathering in washington to vote on an agreement in principle. the owners are set to hold a special meeting in atlanta on thursday. sources close to the negotiations say they could be back to business within the next four-five days. meanwhile, the redskins players continued to work out on their own. they are 8 inches to get pending free agency behind them -- anxious to get pending free agency behind them. >> he has to make a decision pretty quickly. you have to think about your family. do i want to r
west. it feels like 115 in minneapolis, 110 in omaha. that is the weather that is headed here thursday friday, and maybe even saturday. partly cloudy with thunderstorms in the next few hours. we will have more on our mini- heatwave in just a few minutes. >> thank you. we stay with the weather now because temperatures reached the low-90's today, but that is nothing compared to what parts of the middle of the country are experiencing with another day of temperatures in the 100's. but that weather is headed this way. we are live on the national mall with more on the extreme heat. >> d.c. fire crews say they have already seen a slight increase in the number of heat related calls they have gotten this week, but they are bracing for what is to come. the sweating is just getting started. >> little leaguers lineup before stepping up to the plate. to cut through the hot humid air, coaches are making sure the players are taking as many time out as turns at bat. >> use common sense. >> folks are forced to spend the day in temperatures flirting with the mid-90's. they are trying everything to keep
highs, 97, 97, 95, 94? that's minneapolis. but the heat index is going to be around 110. that ain't good in some parts of the country. reynolds has all that for us this morning. we'll talk to him in just a second. also, have you seen the harry potter movie, the final one? if you haven't, you're one of the few it seems. deathly hallows part 2 just opened and yes, it's already broken records. >> shame on you! shame on you! >> and that is the reaction to rupert murdoch right now in london. anger over that tabloid hacking scandal, but murdoch is trying to make amends. we'll tell you how. stay with us on "cnn saturday morning." great! at progressive, you can compare rates side by side, so you get the same coverage, often for less. wow! that is huge! [ disco playing ] and this is to remind you that you could save hundreds! yeah, that'll certainly stick with me. we'll take it. go, big money! i mean, go. it's your break, honey. same coverage, more savings. now, that's progressive. call or click today. you know, the ones who do such a super job, they're backed by the superguaranteeĀ®? only superp
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up to minneapolis and the actual heat index was 120 degrees and that is in minneapolis and grave concern the heat warning is expandding and into our region. we have seen a heat watch issued for thursday afternoon and that means it's going to feel like 110 degrees with air temperatures, 98 to the low $100s and the evening storms possible for us, 79 degrees and we're not cool at night and tomorrow, back to 95 degrees and we'll be 92 as early as noon and it will feel hotter on all of these days and speaking of feeling hotter, the core of it is thursday through sunday with friday possibly getting as high as 103 degrees and saturday about 1021 and we know it will feel worse and -- 101 and prepare yourself and do all of the running around you need to do and to fill your car up with gas now and not the way to do it in the heat of 103 degrees on a friday. >> good idea. >> and i think of this as preparing for a snowstorm. >> yeah. >> and the heat onslaught. >> yup. >> thanks, sue. >>> a resolution. appears to be in the labor dispute. dave feldman will fill us in on where both sides stand
and humid. >> so far, hot air. >> reporter: in oklahoma city, omaha and minneapolis, uncomfortable and dangerous. in milwaukee, organizers called off this half marathon after runners collapsed. >> some people were kind of passing out. >> reporter: this is the 12th straight day of 100-degree temperatures in oklahoma city. the 20th so far this season. wichita falls has spent 36 of the past 38 days in the triple budgets. >> plenty of fluids. keep a little shade on your head. that will help. >> where are you going to go right now? >> head over to wet willy's. that will help, too. >> reporter: there are 14 states under heat advisories tonight. that number expected to grow as all of this dangerous weather moves east. this, and we are only three weeks into summer. barbara pinto, abc news. >>> now the heat wave could send dallas into triple digits for the tenth straight day. other numbers, kansas city up to 95. indianapolis, 94. chicago, 92. near 90 for much of the northeast. 93 in new orleans. mostly 90s from albuquerque to boise. popup showers and thunderstorms for the gulf coast. heavy
warnings, all of these areas in orange, kansas city to minneapolis, through illinois. and as far as the temperatures go, we are about upper 90s here from texas to minnesota, and even 90s on the east coast. that's a look at your national forecast. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. temperature today is going to be warm through new england. but, you actually are fortunate because you're going to get cooled off by some rain, thunderstorms late in the day. hopefully those storms won't be too strong or severe. pueblo, colorado, even you are in the 100s. easily, lynn, easily the hottest week of the year this year. it could be the hottest week we've seen in a couple years. >> unfortunately for a lot of folks out there. all right, bill, thanks so much. >>> coming up, wall street feels the debt ceiling heat. news corp shares tumble. and who's the fairest of them all on facebook? your early morning business headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, a record shattering box office busting winner of the weekend for the boy wizard, and his pals. >>> an unlikely winner, a rivet
. in minneapolis with the humidity it felt like 98. even nighttime brings no relief. it's not just the highs, it's going to be the overnight lows as well, which will be near 80 or in the upper 70s across the middle of the country. and that can be devastating for people who don't have air conditioning. >> reporter: there's flow air conditioning at all in parts of chicago, where storms this week knocked out electricity. >> we worked round the clock to get power back to these customers. >> reporter: at a county fair in missouri, karen carpenter keeps her prized goats cool with fans and a little something extra. >> i put gatorade in their water to keep them from dehydrating. >> reporter: in tulsa where it was 106 on friday, chocolate was melting so fast, a store manager put up black curtains to block the sun. >> when the sun hits it, there's really nothing you can do. the temperature just goes up and up. >> reporter: for farmers and ranchers, the problem is is much more serious. cattle are being sold to market because pastures are bone dry. the drought stretches from new mexico to the east coast. 14
a tornado. this morning no tornadoes. we do have rain around minneapolis and some thunderstorms at this hour, and we're also watching showers and storms rolling through nebraska, approaching omaha and sioux city. as far as your forecast goes, more thunderstorms likely minneapolis to chicago. the heat wave in the middle of the country. a pretty nice day in the northeast and mid-atlantic. tip cal summer weather. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. beautiful day in areas like detroit. 85. maryland, not too bad today. baltimore, a little warm. near 89. st. louis, that's where we are very hot. a little humid, too. that's where you have an excessive heat warning in effect for today. >>> pretty nice day, say, on the east coast. things will warm up towards the weekend. details coming up. >> thank you for that. >>> stocks stumble on washington uncertainty, and the bond surprises. a fun part that was no fun for one couple. your early morning business headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, play boy's 85-year-old founder takes yet another love low from the fiance who dumped him days b
later on today, and even minneapolis, fargo, sioux falls, all the way back down through nebraska we could see damaging winds with those storms also. today's forecast, a northern plains, that's the risk with the storm system coming through hot. dallas at 105. everyone on the east coast is similar today to what you dealt with yesterday. that's a look at your national forecast. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. >>> well, boston could see some thunderstorms late in the afternoon along with northern new england. it will be dryer today in areas like new york city and philadelphia and d.c. also, we're watching those showers and storms popping up late in the day around salt lake city. >>> well, as we mention the heat is going to expand. we'll have more details coming up. >> all right, bill. thank you for that. >>> markets fall on debt deal pressure. netflix is wall street's darling no more, and the lunch to buy that person that has just about everything else you can imagine. your early morning business headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, late-breaking allegations fro
, the chain of events that led up to this big mess in minneapolis. >> checking out the emery cam in high definition, still a few clouds for your evening. denny's new tour of america menu. 50 star cuisine. the new tour of america menu. starting at $4.99. only at denny's. america's diner is always open. >> casey anthony is spending her last night in jail preparing for an uncertain future. jail officials in orange county, florida, plan to release anthony some time tomorrow. her attorney says anthony is scared to leave jail because of numerous threats on her life from people who believe she was involved in the depth of her daughter caylee. earlier this month a jury acquitted anthony of murder but convicted her on four counts of police. with time served and good behavior, she does not have to serve out her four-year sentence for that. >>> talks are going on behind the scenes this weekend over raising the national debt limit. after weeks of bipartisan negotiations, republicans are split within their ranks, and the democratic-controlled senate is making its own plans without the white house. to
to the owners. the court also said the owners lawsuit back to minneapolis. -- said the owners lawsuit back to minneapolis. what it means in practical sense, both sides will continue negotiating and hopefully get a deal done soon. joe flacco is a little shy, but he beams in front of the camera. great wedding pictures. we have seen wedding parties lined up before, but none quite as interesting as this one. joe looks comfortable in front of the camera for the first time i can remember. his new bride has clean him up well. the photo in black and white looks like a movie poster. joe flacco coming of age. the most amazing soccer story i have ever seen. germany and mexico, take a look. a very nasty collision. gomez bleeding profusely was out of the game on a stretcher in the 75th inning. -- 75th minute. here he is on the quarter kick, a bicycle kick. the game winner, unbelievable. just a meticulous effort. mexico wins, 3-2. that was something special. the kincaids live here. across the street, the padillas. ben and his family live here, too. ben's a re/max agent, and he's a big part of this commu
around the nation. on top of that scorching heat, gusty winds, hail and flash flooding from minneapolis to new york down to d.c. pop-up showers in south florida around houston. little rock. a wet day in the pacific northwest. rain from new mexico to wyoming. >> phoenix,ing, things are hooting up to 108. 91 here in new york. 88 in miami. 89 in new orleans as well. >> some of that rain is looking pretty good right now. >> yeah. >> i could get caught in a storm today. >>> coming up -- harry potter's half-billion dollar weekend. >>> new duties for duke and duchess. >>> and a collapse at rock 'n roll concert, sending people running for their lives. !!!xhc=? >>> ford ceo says that there an economic recovery in your future. he said that the improving economy is the result of decreasing oil prices and moving beyond the japanese earthquake. he also says that manufacturing is the foundation of thaha recovery and job growth. >>> worries about europe's banking woes and the debt talks here are keeping overseas markets unsettled. tokyo nikkei's average picked up 38 points today. in london, the ftse o
in minneapolis. 95 in st. louis. all this heat and humidity moving toward the east. it will arrive across the mid- atlantic on wednesday. mainly clear skies as we move into the overnight hours. high temperatures around 90 to 95 degrees. that is a dangerous heat wave that lasts a good four or five days. some airports will see record- setting temperatures. keep in mind this is the hot this time on average for the year in washington d.c. we will look at the extended outlook in a few minutes. >>> breaking news from southeast washington. at least the two shootings have been reported in the past the hour. a 14-year-old mail was wounded on stanton street. he was taken to the hospital with life-threatening indices -- injuries. another shooting happened. we will give you more details as they become available. casey anthony's first light of freedom. the florida woman who was found not guilty of killing her to- year-old daughter was released this morning with tight security after multiple death threats. where she is is a mystery. >> today casey anthony went from one form of confinement to another. she is f
, just beautiful stuff. atlanta, minneapolis, will probably see thunderstorms this afternoon, and high temperatures will be decent, 85 in new york city and 93 degrees expected in memphis, but the heat's going to be building, and we'll see a heat wave, you know, of pretty decent proportions over the weekend as far north as the canadian border. let's go to ukraine zoo where a two-headed snake seems to be the highlight of this thing. if you can imagine, two heads on one snake body. >> oh! >> now, when one of the heads gets hungry, they sometimes fight over food. but when one head gets the food, the food goes into the same stomach. >> that's a good point. >> the other head says, i'm full, but apparently they have quite an interesting. >> i like the experience of eating. i like it to go through my mouth. that's interesting. it's kind of gross for the morning, i have to tell you, rob. that's kind of -- >> we've shown worse stuff than that. at least we haven't shown them eating rats. >> we'll save that for the next time we talk. we'll check in with rob. big breaking news right now, the chief
. minneapolis was up into the 90's today. folks try to get to safety. there is that a cluster of showers and thundershowers and that is what is left of a tropical storm. it is moving away. why are we getting this terrible unity? look at the water temperatures. these are the water temperatures in the gulf of mexico. as federal flow from the south and southwest continues day after day this humidity spreads all over the country, especially out of the mid part of the country. the result has been that stifling heat. the heat index is about 110 to 115 degrees. the humidity will be coming our way. as we get into saturday and sunday. in the meantime, overnight tonight, we will be seeing some of those leftover clouds. tomorrow with that overall flow, there will be a scattering of showers and thundershowers. i cannot tell you exactly where or when. it will bring a little bit of grief relief. they've really come back with a vengeance as we get onto wednesday, thursday, and friday. tanagers are into the 90's. we will be up until -- temperatures are up into the 90's. by saturday, we could be tying a
harriet, minnesota, near minneapolis. >> reporter: it is swampy out here. dewpoints near 80. that is downright tropical. everyone was dealing with it in the minneapolis/st. paul area. it'll be the first heat wave here in the city. heat index values topped out around 150 degrees. that's what it actually feels like for your body to be out. dangerous conditions for anyone who's spending extended amounts of time outdoors. we certainly were not alone. across the country, anywhere from the high plains down to the gulf coast, even right now as we speak heat index values between 100 and 120 degrees. for some this is new. for some this is an ongoing problem. but is it going to change? as we head forward into the next week, big area of high pressure centered right in the middle of america is slowly going to shift to the east. that will bring heat back to the mid-atlantic, deep south and carolinas as well. we'll see a little relief in the twin cities, especially toward thursday and friday. but it will be a little relief, and there'll be no relief in the southern plains. places like okl
and flash flooding from minneapolis to chicago, cincinnati, d.c. and raleigh. some morning showers around new york and flifl. pop-up thunderstorms along the gulf coast, and more monsoon rains from new mexico to wyoming. showers, meanwhile, in the pacific northwest. >> a wet 69 degrees in seattle. 99 in colorado springs and 106 in phoenix. mid to upper 90s from the twin cities to dallas. 89 in detroit. 85 in boston and 90s from new york all the way down to new orleans. >>> and coming up after the break, gold prices at a new record high. is that though where your money should be? >>> plus, testing the new high-tech system that puts on the brakes for you. how well does this work? >> and get this, justin bieber, wedding crasher. he pops into one couple's reception, and, yeah, we got the video. we'll be right back. hey, your high speed internet here, at home... ...and on the go... ...with some really big news. it's b-i-g -- big. high speed internet from at&t at home... ...includes wi-fi access on the go. woo-hoo! [ together ] it's an unbelievable deal. well, gotta go. but wait -- there's more.
. some hail, heavy rain and gusty winds in omaha, kansas city, des moines, minneapolis and green bay. showers and thunderstorms from the carolinas down to florida and along the gulf coast. monsoon storms from albuquerque to salt lake city. >> 86 in boise and 90 in sacramento. another triple-digit day in dallas and phoenix. 87 in the twin cities. 90 in chicago. new york and boston climb to the 80s. 90s from baltimore to new orleans. >>> and coming up after the break, let the coffee wars begin. a starbucks competitor is ready to launch a major expansion. >>> then what would you do? quick-thinking parents on the moment their toddler toppled over a 70-foot cliff. >>> and thousands of post offices now on the chopping block, even ben franklin's. >>> overseas markets are mixed on the lack of progress with the nation's debt crisis. tokyo nikkei average was off 51 points today. hong kong's hang seng is gaining and in london the ftse opened higher. on wall street the dow lost 91 1/2 points yesterday. meanwhile, the nasdaq index fell 3. >>> home prices are up again in major u.s. cities for the
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